“Part women’s fiction, part contemporary romance, the latest from Shalvis equals one wholly endearing novel. Humor lurks around other corners too, nicely balancing the heartwarming story about the bond between sisters. Humor, heart and heat make for a great combination!” (RT Book Reviews)
“I love everything about this book, the family dynamics, the humor and the amazing romance. Just amazing!” (Lori Foster, New York Times Bestselling Author)
“The love story you need to read this summer isn’t what you expect: it’s about the love between sisters. Jill Shalvis has written something totally different for your beach read this year - and you’re going to love it.” (Bustle)
”Readers will be utterly charmed by Shalvis’ latest, and will be eager to visit Wildstone again.” (Bookish)
“Lost and Found Sisters is a really heartfelt, funny, sweet novel. Shalvis is really talented at writing characters who are struggling through complicated, difficult emotions and at making that journey feel genuine…It made me laugh and it made me tear-up…” (Smart Bitches, Trashy Books)
“…an upscale version of what the author has written so successfully: a lively and page-turning story of people we care about.” (New York Journal of Books)
From the Back Cover
THEY SAY LIFE CAN CHANGE IN AN INSTANT. . . .
After losing her sister in a devastating car accident, sous-chef Quinn Weller is finally getting her life back on track. She appears to have it all: a loving family, a dream job in one of L.A.’s hottest eateries, and a gorgeous boyfriend dying to slip an engagement ring on her finger. So why does she feel so empty, like she’s looking for a missing piece she can’t find?
The answer comes when a lawyer tracks down Quinn and reveals a bombshell secret and a mysterious inheritance that only she can claim. This shocking revelation washes over Quinn like a tidal wave. Her whole life has been a lie.
On impulse, Quinn abandons her job, home, and boyfriend. She heads up the coast to the small town of Wildstone, California—just a few hours north of Los Angeles, but worlds apart. Though she doesn’t exactly fit in right away, she can’t help but be drawn to the town’s simple pleasures . . . and the handsome, dark-haired stranger who offers friendship with no questions asked.
As Quinn settles into Wildstone, she discovers the inheritance isn’t a house or money, but rather something earth-shattering, something that will make her question everything she thought she knew about herself, about her family. Now with a world of possibilities opening up to her, Quinn must decide if this new life is the one she was always meant to have.